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Tigers Pull Biggest Upset in Decades, World Series Odds Updated

According to data provided by SportsBetting the Detroit Tigers pulled off the biggest baseball upset in the last two decades Wednesday night. 

The Houston Astros, who are the current World Series favorites, lost to the Tigers in what was the largest upset dating back to 1999. 

Detroit was as high as a +440 underdog at SportsBetting on Wednesday, while the Astros were a -525 favorite, meaning a bettor would have to wager 525 dollars just to win 100.  

Less than two weeks ago, the Astros lost to Baltimore as -480 favorites on the road, which, at that time, was the biggest upset since 2007. 

The Tigers Pulled off the historic win with just two hits, both home runs, versus Justin Verlander in a 2-1 victory. 

World Series odds

Houston Astros

3/1

Los Angeles Dodgers

7/2

New York Yankees

7/2

Atlanta Braves

12/1

Cleveland Indians

16/1

Minnesota Twins

16/1

Chicago Cubs

20/1

St. Louis Cardinals

20/1

Washington Nationals

25/1

Boston Red Sox

28/1

Philadelphia Phillies

28/1

Tampa Bay Rays

28/1

Milwaukee Brewers

33/1

New York Mets

33/1

Oakland Athletics

33/1

San Francisco Giants

40/1

Cincinnati Reds

100/1

Arizona Diamondbacks

150/1

Texas Rangers

250/1

Colorado Rockies

500/1

Los Angeles Angels

500/1

San Diego Padres

500/1

Chicago White Sox

2500/1

Pittsburgh Pirates

5000/1

Baltimore Orioles

10000/1

Detroit Tigers

10000/1

Kansas City Royals

10000/1

Miami Marlins

10000/1

Seattle Mariners

10000/1

Toronto Blue Jays

10000/1

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